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told you yahoo!'s melissa mayer plans to ban telecommuting. billionaire richard branson says she has it all wrong. which one is right? that's coming up in today's power rundown. >>> all right. coming up on "street signs," a retail palooza, macy's popping, reports best buy is cutting jobs. so much to sift through for an investor. they will do the work at 2:00 p.m. eastern time. also the music industry is, despite the digital revolution alive and well. you have more choice than ever before. they will look at 2:00 p.m. on who wins and who loses. >>> rich russians using rubles to buy american properties. we talked to the man who facilitates that along with mr. robert frankie who you just saw a few minutes ago. let's head to the nasdaq. seema mody is following the big movers. >> take a look at nasdaq. off the big lows. the cautious tone used by ben bernanke pushes investors to use this risk offer approach to trading, the reason tech is underperforming. take a look at apple. the stock up on the day. it has been trading well below it's 50-day moving average. october 5th, that was the last t
at all. >> >> thank you. thank you miss branson. any members of public wishing to comment? you can line up on the far wall behind mr. paulson. >> does any trail last forever? i don't know. maybe we're near the budget end, i don't know. does any gift last forever? i don't know. maybe we're going to have the end, but money's hard to hold. we're going to have it maybe and bring it on, and they will be singing songs on the trails and it's the real thing with this item gifted today. it's coke and budget. >> thank you, next speaker, please. >> good morning, thank you. i'm robert bakewell an enrichment resident who lives right next to this area of the oak woodlands and we have been working on this area for a long time and i'm also co-founder of the friends of the oak woodlands park, whh
. virgin founder richard branson reacted writing, quote, working is not 9:00 to 5:00, companies who do not embrace this are missing the trick. >>> musical downloaders are soon going to be hearing from their internet service providers and could even potentially lose service. a number of companies including comcast, parent of this network, will begin a six-strike policy under the copyright alert policy this week. >>> and honesty is the best policy. people have paid it forward to a homeless panhandler who gave back a woman's lost engagement ring with nearly $150,000 in donations. great guy. >>> straight ahead, tom and gisele may have to tighten their budget. >>> a heartless attack on an aquarium. >>> and manti te'o's performance leaves much to be desired at the nfl combine. >>> now to some other stories that caught our eye this morning. we start in the gulf of mexico where the demolition of abandoned oil rigs is killing thousands of red snapper and destroying sea life habitat. the so-called explosive disposal is part of a federal government program aimed at destroying idol idle rigs. offi
're chatting to you and say, "oh, that bit when mary and matthew..." or "that bit when sybil and branson", whatever it might be. and it's delightful. it's utterly captivating for us that the people have responded to it in such a strong way, and that just seems to have grown, really, between season 1 and season 2. we were in new york at a pbs event last winter to feel for the first time the wave of affection for the show. it was quite overwhelming, but a nice problem to have.
. >> it reminds me of something that richard branson said recently, he said, no matter how good your idea is when you're starting up, 99% of people will tell you it's going to fail. it's easy to think of reasons it will fail. every entrepreneur has to have that belief because it's not easy but you have to get through it by yourself. >> julie, you are in the land of the pivot, silicon valley, where everyone starts one company and a year later the company is a totally different company. what does it take? in her case, her business was actually pretty successful. she said i can't compete with the big guys. my company will only go to here. what does it take to have the guts to say i know revenue is coming in but i'm leaving it alone and going to do something else? >> i loved seeing this because she's the embodiment of an entrepreneur to me. she is a high-risk tolerance. the pivot is essentially about having i think one of the hardest things that an ent entrepreneur has to possess is the combination of passion and dispassion. so enough passion and belief that when people say your idea is not going to
no and she really believe thad. >> it reminded me of something richard branson said. no matter how good you are starting up, 99% are going to tell you you fail. every entrepreneur has to have that hutzpah, that belief, because it's not easy. but you've got to get through it by yourself. >> in her case she said it was pretty successful. she said i can't compete with those guys. my company will only go to here. what does it take to have the guts to say i know revenue is coming in but i'm leaving this alone. >> i love it. the pivot is about having -- i think one of the hardest things to possess is the combination of passion and dispassion. so enough passion and belief that when people say your idea's not going to work, you charge ahead and you have that risk tolerance do it and another dispassion to step back, look at the market, and say, is it going to work? is it going to be a mediocre business, is it sideways, and is there a bigger opportunity. the other thing i loved that she honored that was deeply perj is to me the mark of a great on tre near when they're doing something deeply personal
weighing in. richard branson, ceo of virgin atlantic tweeting, "give people the freedom of where to work, and they will excel." but tina brown of the daily beast arguing the other side. "cheers for marissa mayer for making staff show up at the office." the red-hot debate coming as more moms and dads take advantage of flexible schedules. nearly 10% of americans now work from home at least once a week. but soon, at yahoo!, no longer. we should point out that abc news is an online partner with yahoo!. we did reach out to yahoo! for comment. they told us, we do not discuss interm matters, adding, this isn't a broad industry view on working from home. this is about what is right for yahoo! right now. tweet us and let us know what you think. >>> still much more ahead here on "world news" this tuesday night. the desperate search for a family lost at sea. two children, a mom and a dad and a sinking boat. >> this is "the charm blow," we are abandoning ship. >> but tonight here, what we are just learning, as we ask, how much of your taxpayer dollars have been spent already on a search that might n
unified school district says the branson 40 small and middle schools went into lockdown. students were eventually put on a city bus and taken to a location for parents the pick them up. it's a day they will never forget. it's also a day thomas todd will never forget. >> it was one of the most intense experiences of my life, and all i did was try to stay calm and let the police handle it. i just couldn't believe something like this would happen on my front porch. >> reporter: we're back out here. you're looking live at a picture of the memorial that has been growing as the night has again on right in front of the santa cruz police department, flowers, candles, and a note saying we love you, santa cruz police. people by themselves, sometimes couples coming up, walking up as if they're in church, very quiet and extremely respectful. as for thomas todd, i spoke to him about 15 minutes ago. and he says about 9:30 tonight he was finally talked to by santa cruz police and allowed to go out. live at the santa cruz police department, terry mcsweeney, nbc bay area news. >> it is a difficult nigh
will be important. so, we need to be working side-by-side." tonight, other ceos weighing in. richard branson tweeting, give people the freedom of where to work and they will excel. but tina brown of the daily beast arguing the other side. cheers for marissa mayer for making staff show up at the office. the debate coming as more moms and dads take advantage of flexible schedules. nearly 10% of americans now work from home at least once a week. but soon, at yahoo!, no longer. we did reach out to yahoo! for comment, they told us, "we do not discuss internal matters," and ceadded, "this is what's rit for yahoo! right now." tweet me @davidmuir or diane @dianesawyer to let us know what you're thinking tonight. >>> coming up, that desperate search for a family lost at sea. >> this is the charm blow, we are abandoning ship. >> but tonight here, what we are just learning, as we ask, how much of your taxpayer dollars have been spent already on a search that has just now turned into a hoax. [ coughs ] [ angry gibberish ] [ justin ] mulligan sir. mulligan. take a mulligan. i took something for my sinuse
, suppliers at space port america where richard branson's company, virgin galactica set upshot. liability is a major hang up in the space port's operations. adam howsley the of it in california, when nasa retired it's shuttles, it opened the door for this sort of thing, and it's now. >> nasa is opening up the doors, allowing everybody to work with them, a lot of it is still top secret, but they're allowing more and more companies and the prices are going down, and more dailytechnology, and it's all at it. >> regarding what nasa has to attract and offer to the private sector to come in and work with them, for whatever those reasons are, we don't really care. >> reporter: shep, we're talking about space hotels and orbits, and people can actually afford some of this stuff. >> shepard: how is california staying competitive in this race? >> reporter: well, they have 14 companies in mow havi and permission granted, you can come out here and try a couple of things. the virgin crew is it out here with some of their equipment and they have three warehouses out here, and a politician is pushing leg
for vacation ideas? richard branson can take you in outer space. the virgin galactic will shoot you in sky. daily flights, propelled in the earth reese atmosphere and tethered to the mother ship. it will only set you back $100,000. but people with mup on their hands find it exciting. cades i would never do that. >> bob: i have been there several times. >> dana: figure out how to market that. >> bob: california acid is what it's called. this is along the lines why i think that running and exercise is bad for you. there is a new report out that proves exactly what i said, which is that joggers and walkers, joggers are in much worse shape. they don't lose as much weight as walkers do. pound your leg and hurt your knees a ankle for what? to run behind somebody from africa who will beat you in the race anyway. all the kenyans -- who would do a marathon? think about that? except for our producers who doing a wild man,be whatever they call those things. >> dana: iron man? >> bob: walk out and get the mail. walk around the block. lose weight and be in better shape and live longer. >> dana: the wil
's going to be a monster ice storm over springfield, branson, missouri. think of an inch of ice coating everything. i mean, power lines are going to be coming down. trees will be coming down. finally, by friday morning, chicago gets some snow. not a lot. four to six inches, but this is a widespread thing. look, the pictures you're seeing here, this is california yesterday. arizona, new mexico today. and this is just the preparty. it gets a lot worse from here in the plains, but they need the rain. they need the snow. they need all the moisture because of the major drought right where all this is headed. >> thanks, chad. >>> let's get caught up on some of our other stories. issa sesay is joining us. >>> cardinal timothy dolan, the roman catholic archbishop of new york who's been talked about as a possible candidate for pope was deposed behind closed doors today in the church's sex abuse scandal. the questioning came from lawyers representing hundreds of people who say they were molested by priests in milwaukee where cardinal dolan led the archdiocese for seven years. >>> former cyclist l
defended flexible work policies and richard branson wrote, we like to give people the freedom to work where they want. >> i think it's incredibly disappointing and incredibly backward thinking and i think they are shooting themselves in the foot. >> yahoo!'s ban will put the company in a clear minority. while only 10% of employees work from home on a regular basis, 98% of companies today offer employees at least one type of telework option. flexible work policies increased worker productivity, higher retention rate and better overall performance. >> i once worked with a guy who played solitaire for four hours a day in my news room. >> i wasn't planning to go back to work anyway. it's more allowing the flexibility to be able to continue and not disrupt my life. >> yahoo! responded to the backlash tuesday night and the company said, don't discuss internal matters. this is what is right about yahoo! right now. >> so what could this mean for the future of those working from home? plus, we're going to hear from the reporter who actually broke that story, up next. hold on, prilosec isn't for fast
branson came out and said this was a giant step backwards. >> came back after only two weeks of maternity leave. >> right. >> obviously she is coming back saying in order to be competitive, you know, there's going to have to be some changes here. but getting a lot of people upset about this. >> i would think if they allowed people to phase it in -- it was part of the culture. so give people a chance. i don't know if it has to happen immediately or -- >> it comes in effect in june. it's interesting. my wife worked for a great company, johnson & johnson. they let her go back after our second child but with rules. she went back a few days a week, worked from home two days a week. it worked for her. i asked her about this i thought she would be defensive and upset about it. she said the truth is if you're working with small kids at home you're not as efficient as you should be. you're just not. you're watching the kids. >> you find different times to work it in. get that workload when they're napping. >> but your not actually there doing it eight hours a day. >> breaks up the flow. >> and als
. there will be happy to pass it on to their son or daughter were branson our granddaughter. that's bringing personal responsibility into the home makes. we have to have another way take care of catastrophic health care , and that's something that we need to sit down and talk about. i think it would work extraordinarily well. melissa: he talked about all of that. also toward reform which is a popular theme. the flat tax. is there any chance you're running for office? >> people have been asking me that for years and years and trying to press the. i have always said, unless the law grabs me by the collar and not really interested in doing that. i certainly think that all of us, because we, the people, are what this whole country is all about. we should be able to weigh and on how it is run without being accused of attacking anyone or creating problems. melissa: we have to run. i think my see a hand on her collar. you better be careful. someone's going to drag you win. thank you for coming of. we appreciate your time. coming up, bob shall study says 40 million credit reports are filled with errors. it's
. gerri: a strange person might in this debate. richard branson, no kidding. yours truly has never work done in office and never will. this seems a backward step in an age oral working is easier and more effective than ever. working right is not 95 anymore. companies that do not embrace this are missing a trick. it is interesting. not even talking about feminism. he is just saying the you ought to be able to work for mom's. but st. these people are now working from home. they're staying home and i am paying a man i am not kidding when i think should. gerri: a little bit strange that he is not charming in of this, but the truth is, you can agree with both of them and not be inconsistent because i think he's right. there has to be some sort of flexibility, by the same token, if it is now working for guy houk, he's making the right decision. gerri: what do you say? >> it sounds like they're not working, this seems ridiculous. if you have good management skills you should know what everyone is doing even if they're not the room with you. gerri: -- >> i'm excited because this seems to be in
of branson, you're like branson, at best. you're like the chauffeur that kind of made good, but now he's got no claim to the family except the baby. you don't watch hugh bonnaville? because you're a sir. are you not a sir? >> yeah, i am. >> do you have a staff? okay. let me -- >> i don't have a staff. >> do you have a valet? >> no. >> a butler? >> no. >> a walkman? >> a walkman? >> ross, what's going on there? we have sir martin here. >> how about a driver, though, right? >> correct. i'm sure he has a driver like branson. yeah, exactly. it's nice to see you, martin. we're a little softer today in europe. not by much. really flat on the stoxx 600. volume is fairly light at the moment. the european bourses shows them pretty flat as we go through the session. the ftse 100 is still above the retail level. down 0.6% on the ibex. that seems to be weather related more than anything else. volume is much weaker than expected, but they're talking about snow being the reason we're not very good at dealing with the light snowfalls that we have here, as well. the xetra dax and ibex down, as well. the cur
if richard branson said i will give you a flight, would you take it? and what would you be looking for? >> sir richard has the virgin galactic. it is a rocket powered airplane that carries a pilot and four passengers up to 400,000 feet and you have 5 minutes of 0 gravity and you come back down again. i think he's going to have success. on the list. i have a friend on the list. if i had that right -- that ride, i met him a couple years ago and volunteered to go. but we had a conference on his island in the caribbean. anyway, he did not offer me a free ride, so. [laughter] it is a little pricey. by a lot of people think it is worth the price. i think it will be a commercial success -- but a lot of people think it is worth the price. i think it will be commercial success. but my advice, do not unstrap. the view out the window as the most spectacular part of the whole thing. you will see the view will be incredible. >> so forsake the weightlessness for the view. >> maybe split it up. those passengers are going to be having so much fun, if everybody floats around, to get those -- it's like
and tell you which stock you should be fighting for next. >>> and billionaire richard branson blasting yahoo! shower marisa meyer saying they shouldn't telecommute. we'll get some inside information, information that you won't hear anywhere else. that's coming up later on the "closing bell." ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] how do you engineer a true automotive breakthrough? ♪ you give it bold new styling, unsurpassed luxury and nearly 1,000 improvements. introducing the redesigned 2013 glk. see your authorized mercedes-benz dealer for exceptional offers through mercedes-benz financial services. >>> as you probably know, macy's is locked in a bitter court battle over whether rival j.c. penney can sell martha stewart branded products in its stores, a privilege macy's says it owns exclusively. it's a nasty fight. >> reporter: it sure is, sue, and the love-sick triangle does continue to play out in a manhattan courtroom pitting martha stewart between department stores macy's and j.c. penney. today a new york supreme court and the courts saw a videotaped deposition of former j.c. penney michae
and never will. but richard branson, you are a rather unique individual. and donald wrote in, marissa mayer is right to expect yahoo! employees to come to the workplace versus working at home. she is doing a great job. and joining us tonight, bonnie fuller, editor of hollywoodlife.com, and democratic strategist, hilary rosen. a lot of the backlash that started has centered around the fact that marissa mayer as the ceo, came in, six or seven months pregnant, something like that, right, then when she had her child, mcallister, she built at her own expense, a nursery right next-door to her office. so she had this amazing luxury of being able to have that. now she tells her employees, right, who you've got to assume, that a lot are working women, that they can't telecommute. so bad employee relations or fair and square? >> super bad employee relations. but first of all, we should note that the bureau of labor statistics show that an equal number of men work at home as women who work at home. this is not just a mommy issue, it's also a daddymarissa mayer' that she came in, built a nursery next t
. we'll show you why the move is getting richard branson's attention here on "cbs this morning." my wife takes centrum silver. i've been on the fence about it. then i read an article about a study that looked at the long term health benefits of taking multivitamins. they used centrum silver for the study... so i guess my wife was right. [ male announcer ] centrum. always your most complete. [ mom ] with my little girl, every food is finger food. so i can't afford to have germy surfaces. but after one day's use dishcloths can redeposit millions of germs. so ditch your dishcloth and switch to a fresh sheet of new bounty duratowel. look! a fresh sheet of bounty duratowel leaves this surface cleaner than a germy dishcloth, as this black light reveals. it's durable, cloth-like and it's 3 times cleaner. so ditch your dishcloth and switch to new bounty duratowel. the durable, cloth-like picker-upper. living with moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis means living with pain. it could also mean living with joint damage. humira, adalimumab, can help treat more than just the pain. for many
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ron black will start with decanteyou cannot sit with you. richard branson among not u.s. billionaire joining giving pledge. >> he is giving more than half his fortune to the one but in bill gates giving pledge. but what millionaires were wide to give their wealth to society while they're alive. it is a great idea a great concept. 105 total families have announced they will be getting half of their billions or more to charities walleye. >> heaven is while they are alive. >> ya hoo is doing a lot of great things about revamping the home page. it is quite nice. >> this mayor was on good morning america today was on the today show not good morning america. a home page will be redesigned to show things lolike like kate middleton. and who does not like a milton? >> traffic is good on their home page. 392 million worldwide up 7%. mariss a mayer has made things look good and looks more mobile. when the staff like the person leading the company that could change everything. i think she is accomplished. >> the us talk about google class. some people can get their hands on an out. but it
the 1960s. her half-sister is getting married to richard branson's son. i think you can tell from the photographs, if you learn how to kiss while on skis, there's a relationship. >> he may not be in any hurry, either. >> i don't think so. they met last summer. she endured his behavior in las vegas. >> lovely. >> she is. and all of her relatives have names with hyphens in them. i don't know how you can type the names on an iphone. it must be really hard. >> if he finally decides to get married, that will be three or four special editions of "people." >> i think this entire crew will be there. >> i hope it's featured. >> in january. >> help us out. >> great to see you, larry. >>> another thing we're all talking about right now is the oscars. and "gma's" oscar party with the stars is heating up. what will the stars be wearing on oscar sunday? rachel smith, host of "on the red carpet," went shopping with superstar stylists, putting together some of the most glamorous looks for hollywood's biggest night. >> reporter: elegance. drama. and sparkling surprises. from head, all the way to f
branson tweeting, perplexed by yahoo! stopping remote working. but according to yahoo! the work-from-home ban is a strategic move to get employees to collaborate. >> requiring everybody to report to the office, telling them you can no longer work from home, is an issue of comraderie, productivity, collaboration, innovation. and a lot of the best results are achieved when everybody's under one roof. >> reporter: some yahoo! insiders agree with the move. one saying, working from home may be convenient for some. but it's a convenience cost to the team. in a statement overnight, yahoo! told abc news, this isn't a broad industry view on working from home. this is what is right for yahoo! right now. >>> and joining me now, two very different takes on the topic. are tina brown, editor and chief of "newsweek" and the daily beast. and lisa belkin, who writes a column about life, work, family issues for "the washington post." and i want to read to you from the mommy blogosphere that's gone insane out of this. it's out of touch with the very stretched lives of the vast majority of working
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